Piracy has been in the news recently, e.g., “Greek Ship Released by Pirates,” “Somalia Pirates May Reduce Ransom Demand for [Saudi] Tanker (Update2),” “Pirates Who’s Who,” and “A Somali Pirate with Historical Leanings Might Scoff at the Outrage: The Lovable Rogue Beloved of Literature and Hollywood Was More Often a Thieving Thug.”
Works on piracy as a crime and pirates as criminals are classed in 364.164 Violent offenses against property, which has the note “Including piracy. . . .” Examples are Pirates Aboard!: Forty Cases of Piracy Today and What Bluewater Cruisers Can Do about It and Pirates in Paradise: A Modern History of Southeast Asia’s Maritime Marauders. Because piracy is in an including note and thus in standing room, no further addition is possible.
Works that treat pirates’ expeditions as seafaring adventure are classed in 910.45 Ocean travel and seafaring adventures, which has the note “Including pirates' expeditions.” An example is Under the Black Flag: The Romance and the Reality of Life among the Pirates.